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Two Open Days - Any Suggestions?


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Two Open Days - Any Suggestions?

pvgirl | Jul 13, 2009 04:25 PM

OK - we're off to Los Angeles tomorrow. Most of our dining plans are set - but there are some openings. And I'd like some ideas to keep in my "back pocket".

Tomorrow night - we are arriving dinner time and will probably dine casually at the hotel (we'll be tired and jet-lagged).

Wednesday is Bazaar - Thursday is Providence - Friday is Gardens at the hotel (Four Seasons). As an aside - there's a $25 off coupon for dinner for a party of 2 or more spending $100 or more who pay with an AMEX card at Gardens (as well as most other FS properties in North America) here:

Don't have to be a guest at the hotel.

Saturday we are going to Rancho Bernardo (San Diego) to see my elderly aunt (who is having radiation therapy for cancer) and uncle (who has Alzheimer's - he's in a nursing home). Will do as nice a lunch as possible with my aunt (tentative plan to dine at the Rancho Bernardo Inn). Suspect after doing all that driving - we'll be ready for room service that evening. Won't want to fight the Saturday night crowds.

Plan to dine Tuesday night (last night) at Church & State.

That leaves Sunday and Monday for lunch and/or dinner. Days when a lot of places are closed. We plan to go to the Farmers' Market in Beverly Hills on Sunday. Monday we're wide open. Only ideas on my part are that after our forced march to San Diego - we won't much feel like driving very far. And that Craftbar is open and seems like a decent place for a light dinner. Any other ideas? Robyn

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